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Owning a piece of ‘paradise’

Boracay continues to be a mainstay on the bucket list of many travelers who were captivated by its charm.

Too much is never enough for the allure of this island.

Welcoming more than a million tourists every year, the island of Boracay continues to be a mainstay on the bucket list of many travelers who were captivated by its charm, enduring appeal, that famous sunset, and its powdery white sand.


And no trip to this island is ever the same given the unique and highly dynamic character of this paradise, which has even prompted some foreign travelers to settle down and make Boracay their own sanctuary.

Preserving the beauty


This same charm and appeal are not lost on property developers who are out to create communities that could help preserve and enhance further the beauty of Boracay.

The entry of renowned property firm Vista Residences is one welcome development for the people of Boracay who are looking forward to having people that will help them preserve the beauty while anchoring in progress in the island.

Through Costa Vista Boracay, Vista Residences is creating homes designed to be one’s sanctuary in the famed island of Boracay. Six stunning residential towers, private villas, and a hotel will soon rise over a prime six-hectare area, which will also house a pavilion with viewing deck, pool, convention center, and a commercial quarter.

“Costa Vista Boracay is another strategic step in expanding our presence in Boracay Island, bringing Vista Residences’ expertise in one of the most popular world beach destinations,” said Vista Land Chairman Manuel B. Villar Jr.

“We are taking advantage of the increasing number of tourist arrivals and the favorable macroeconomic condition of the Philippines. This will be attractive for both end users and investors who are looking for either a home or a source of rental income,” Villar said.

Prime property

Costa Vista Boracay is set to rise on a prime property on Punta Bunga beach at the island’s northwestern tip, atop one of the highest points of the island fronting a beach that is both isolated and select.


Created to blend exquisitely with the cliffs and greenery of the island, Costa Vista Boracay will be hidden in a forest of palms trees and strewn gracefully on the gentle hills of Punta Bunga beach.

Notable though that while surrounded with hotels by some of the world’s top leisure chains, Costa Vista is the only property in the area with direct access to the beach.

The mid-rise towers will offer studio to two-bedroom luxuriously appointed units and will be equipped with 24/7 state-of-the-art security and safety protocols including a CCTV system in all the common areas, Wi-Fi, smoke and fire warning, and sprinkler systems. Concierge, receptionists, and security guards will address the needs of all the tenants.

Facing the Sulu Sea, Costa Vista is on the same side as the famed white sand beach, and will be located along a major Boracay highway, making access to the other points of the island, as well as to the myriad of tourist destinations easy.

With such development in place, Boracay Island will remain the home of choice of even more individuals—whether local or foreign—looking for the ultimate respite and the perfect island life.

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